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Composer Jonas Nydesjö has arranged Refused’s “The Shape of Punk to Come” for Orchestra

Composer Jonas Nydesjö has arranged Swedish hardcore band Refused‘s “The Shape of Punk to Come” into an orchestra piece titled “Shape Into Shambles.” You can give the work a listen below.



Punk Rock Documentary: “Refused Are Fucking Dead” DVD (2006)

“Refused Are Fucking Dead” is a 2006 documentary about the punk band Refused and the last year of their career. The film was directed by the band’s guitarist, Kristofer Steen and includes a number of live performances and music videos.

You can watch it in full right here.



Refused explain why they’re breaking up again

Refused, who just recently announced their last-ever reunion shows, have released a statement in regards to their future and decision to break up again. You can read the “farewell” statement in its entirety here.

Refused, who broke up back in 1998, announced their reunion last January. Their last studio album The Shape of Punk to Come was released on Epitaph in 1998. Twelve years later, a deluxe edition of that album was released.



Refused announce support for Australia shows

After announcing what seems to be the very last of their reunion shows in Norway and Sweden, today Refused revealed the support acts for their upcoming Aussie shows.

Blkout, Nuclear Summer, Endless Heights, Outright and Hightime will open for the hardcore legends next month. The dates for that leg of the tour are here.

Refused, who broke up back in 1998, announced their reunion last January. Their last studio album “The Shape of Punk to Come” was released on Epitaph in 1998. Twelve years later, a deluxe edition of that album was released.



Refused announce last-ever reunion shows

After spending much of this year embarking on a series of reunion tours, Refused have announced what appears to be their last-ever shows before another split. If you live in Sweden (or Norway) and missed their reunion shows, this can be your last chance. All the dates are right here.

Refused, who broke up back in 1998, announced their reunion last January. Their last studio album The Shape of Punk to Come was released on Epitaph in 1998. Twelve years later, a deluxe edition of that album was released.



Refused announce a few European tour dates

Swedish hardcore band Refused have announced European tour dates.

You can check them out here.

Refused, who broke up back in 1998, announced their reunion last January. Their last studio album “The Shape of Punk to Come” was released on Epitaph in 1998. Twelve years later, a deluxe edition of that album was released.

 



Refused to play final U.S. reunion show in Los Angeles Nov. 5th

 Swedish hardcore band Refused have announced that they will play their final US reunion show on November 5th at the Fonda Theater in Los Angeles, concluding a series of hugely successful performances across the country. Pre-sale for the LA show will be available Wednesday, September 12th at 12 pm and will include limited edition bundles ( VIP,  ticket + limited edition t-shirt with show date) with all fees and proceeds going to SSE (Syrentha Savio Endowment)/ Shirts for a Cure (http://syrentha.org) and can be purchased by going here.

Playing their first show since their break-up in the late 90’s in April of this year, the band has completed a massively successful, sold-out headlining run  this summer  that  reached pinnacle points at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, the FYF Fest in September. The band will play their final festival show on Saturday November 3rd  at  Fun Fun Fun Fest in Austin, TX.

 



Watch a full live set from Refused

We recently found an awesome Refused concert streaming in its entirety on YouTube. The show took place at The Fox Theater in Oakland, CA on August 31st, 2012.

You can watch the whole show right here.

Refused, who broke up sometime back in 1998 and announced their reunion last January. Their last studio album “The Shape of Punk to Come” was released on Epitaph in 1998. Twelve years later, a deluxe edition of that album was released.



Refused announce Australian tour dates

Despite the uncertainty of their future as a reunited band, hardcore legends Refused continue toying with everyone’s emotions by announcing a handful of Australian shows. Check out the dates here.

Refused, who broke up back in 1998, announced their reunion last January. Their last studio album “The Shape of Punk to Come” was released on Epitaph in 1998. Twelve years later, a deluxe edition of that album was released.



Refused announce fall European tour dates

Hardcore legends Refused continue to play with the heartstrings of their fans.

No more than two weeks ago, the band issued a statement which was construed as somewhat of a farewell.

Today, the band has announced a two-week tour in Europe during the end of September and beginning of October. It looks like the Swedes may be sticking around for awhile…let’s hope. Check out the tour dates and locations here.

Refused, who broke up sometime back in 1998, announced their reunion last January. Their last studio album “The Shape of Punk to Come” was released on Epitaph in 1998. Twelve years later, a deluxe edition of that album was released.



No more Refused?

This has got to be the saddest news in the hardcore punk community. Even though Refused have more reunion shows scheduled, it looks another break up is on the horizon. Frontman Dennis Lyxzén issued the following explanation on the band’s Facebook page:

“Basically we just want to play. The response has been overwhelming and we are having such a great time with this. We really wish that we could do more than are actually doing. But we are not that type of band anymore. This is a strange sort of one-off type of deal that is soon coming to an end. But we are really trying to make the most of it while we are here. We never thought that the demand for a bunch of Swedish punks would be this big and we knew from the get-go that it would be impossible to please everyone. But we are working our hardest at it.”

Refused, who broke up sometime back in 1998, announced their reunion last January. Their last studio album The Shape of Punk to Come was released on Epitaph in 1998. Twelve years later, a deluxe edition of that album was released.



Live Video: Refused at Rock am Ring festival 2012

Hardcore legends Refused played the Rock am Ring festival in Europe last month and some German television station aired a high quality “best of” recording of the event which you can check out right here.  It features the songs “Worms of the Senses / Faculties of the Skull”, “The Refused Party Program”, “Liberation Frequency” and “Rather Be Dead.”

Refused last released a deluxe edition of their acclaimed album, “The Shape of Punk to Come” through Epitaph Records in 2010.



Video: Refused cover Bad Brains and Cro-Mags

Hardcore legends Refused played a free show at Brooklyn club Europa earlier this week (personal note: how the hell did I now know about that until now?), during which they covered Bad Brains’ “Attitude” and Cro-Mags’ “We Gotta Know.” Check out videos here.

Refused last released a deluxe edition of their acclaimed album, “The Shape of Punk to Come” through Epitaph Records in 2010.



Live Video: Refused perform “New Noise” and “The Shape of Punk to Come” on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon

Hardcore legends Refused made their live television debut last night on the show Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.  While on the American late night talk show, the band played through crowd favorites “New Noise” and “The Shape of Punk to Come”. Both tracks come from the band’s seminal album “The Shape of Punk to Come”.

You can click here to watch both performances.

Refused last released a deluxe edition of their acclaimed album, “The Shape of Punk to Come” through Epitaph Records in 2010.



Refused to tour Australia “in three months”?

In a recent interview, Australia’s Big Day Out promoter Ken West revealed that Refused are likely to play Australia in the “next three months”. West clarifies:

“I think they are coming in three months; it’s still in the bidding process. Probably AJ [Maddah, Soundwave promoter] will get that, he ends up getting all that stuff.”

Refused, who broke up sometime back in 1998, announced their reunion last January and have many shows scheduled for this summer and fall in Europe and the United States. Their last studio album The Shape of Punk to Come was released on Epitaph in 1998. Twelve years later, a deluxe edition of that album was released.